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Global perspectives on adaptive wildlife management
December 2018 / January 2019 / February 2019
An interdisciplinary 5 weeks course, comparing adaptive wildlife management in northern and southern hemisphere systems, including a 16-day field trip to South Africa (no course fee, application deadline 1 September 2018). The course will have three mandatory parts; Part I will be at SLU in Umeå (December 2018), Part II in South Africa (5 - 20 January 2019), and Part III again at SLU in Umeå (31 January - 1 February 2019).
Course Integrating disciplinary approaches in health sustainable development, resource- and conflict management
Tuesday 8 January - Tuesday 29 January 2019
Learning to reflect on a PhD research project from an integral perspective is crucial for becoming able to identify and exploit synergies between complementary disciplines, their theories, methods and working styles. Furthermore, it facilitates a convincing communication about research concepts, approaches and results with colleagues and other target audiences outside one’s core discipline(s). In total there will be four meetings of 4 hours. PhD candidates will be asked to do (interdisciplinary) group work to prepare for the next meeting.